Harry Styles is selling T-shirts to help fight coronavirus

Gabrielle Dyer
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From Cosmopolitan

In a bid to raise money to help fight coronavirus, Harry Styles is selling £21 T-shirts on his official website.

The plain white tee has a black slogan printed both on the front and back. On the front, it reads: 'Stay home. Stay Safe. Protect each other,' and on the back: 'This T-shirt fights COVID-19 treat people with kindness.'

On the website, it explains that all proceeds will go to the World Health Organisation. 'This tee is in support of the WHO efforts to fight COVID-19. 100% of profits to be donated to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization, powered by the UN Foundation. Learn more here: covid19responsefund.org'

Harry shared the T-shirts on his Instagram Story this evening with swipe up links to purchase.

This is not the first time the singer has donated to charity. Earlier this year he set up his Treat People With Kindness (TPWK) movement and created a range of merchandise, the profits of which were distributed to local charities around the world.

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A portion of the money made from his ticket sales was also donated to various charities.

Photo credit: @harrystyles - Instagram
Photo credit: @harrystyles - Instagram

Last month, the 26-year-old shared a heartfelt message on Instagram explaining that he would be cancelling his Love On Tour due to coronavirus.

"Anyone who knows me, knows that performing has always been my favourite part of working in music," he began.

"However, during times like these, the safety and protection of touring crew, fans, and everyone else around the world is an immediate priority."

"For obvious reasons, the upcoming tour in the UK and Europe will be rescheduled to 2021. Tickets already purchased will be valid for these shows. In the meantime, we will be closely monitoring the situation around the world and will continue updating you in the months to come."

Harry recently admitted to Capital FM breakfast show host Roman Kemp that he was currently stuck in California after being unable to fly back to the UK.

"I'm actually in California, I got stuck," he said to Roman. "I was supposed to be coming home then it all got a bit sketchy with the flights."

The T-shirts are available to pre-order and are expected to ship within 4-6 weeks of purchase. In other words, get ordering ASAP.

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